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March 22, 2019, 07:25:04 am

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Do you think artistic expression is a good way to let off steam?

Heck yeah - I'm in for this!
Nah, I'm good.
I'd love to, but I have no time. :,(

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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #105 on: December 19, 2018, 06:03:26 pm »
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Hey there, friends!
This particular challenge ends tomorrow, so here’s my entry for the topic of the Arctic/Antarctic.

Following on from miniturtle’s dystopian Antarctic, I took a photo of the sea while boating. It was freezing out there!! And it’s also a carry-on of the grim reminder of what may happen to our world if we don’t look after it.
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Anyway, wishing you guys all happiness. Stay tuned for the next topic!
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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #106 on: December 22, 2018, 06:08:08 pm »
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Ooookay, so here's the next topic! ((she's done it again, stupid girl, she's missed the deadline and somehow completely lost her previous topic plan *slow-claps*))

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Your Idea of Christmas


It's an extremely aesthetically displeasing reveal, I'm sorry, but it was done in haste and I hope the idea behind it gets through.

So. What's your experience of Christmas? Family tradition? BBQs? A short getaway, with extended family or just the couple? Is Santa alive and well? Give us a creative portrayal of what December 25th means to you. :)
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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #107 on: January 11, 2019, 09:59:06 pm »
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Here's my entry as to what my idea of Christmas is: http://imgur.com/gallery/e3AS41q
Because you know cats and it was a fun colour-in 😻

Alright then, the first topic of the new year! That is:
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insects

Again, we have 14 days (or thereabouts - no one did this last one lmao) to complete the challenge in any way you feel. Happy arting, friends!
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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #108 on: January 12, 2019, 10:01:59 pm »
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Butterflies! I went through a phase where I loved butterflies when I was younger!  ;D

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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #109 on: February 01, 2019, 09:02:56 pm »
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I can draw a spooder...

But really though, I do have this one drawing of a wasp I did in year 7. I know it's not great, but was pretty impressive by my poor standards.
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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #110 on: February 02, 2019, 04:39:34 pm »
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I'm really loving you guys' bugs!

Sorry I've been so lax with the "fortnight" bit of "fortnightly art challenge"; it gets strangely difficult to keep track without a rigid regime like school to keep me in check.  :-[

Anyway I'm going to end the challenge tonight, but for now here's my entry! With no paper present I drew it on my leg with a random red pen I found (also completely from memory) so excuse the discrepancies  ;D

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Hope everyone's had a great couple of weeks! It's be great to get a few more people on board with this in the next few months. Stay tuned for a new topic tomorrow! :D
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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #111 on: February 03, 2019, 01:32:46 pm »
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Helloooo fellows!

It's me again! No idea if that's a good thing or not but let's roll with it.

The last topic closed with two pretty awesome entries, and because the school year has officially begun I do believe this form of stress relief will be nice for some of you. If you're new to this thread, just head on down to the first post and that'll explain everything. :)

Okay so, this topic will keep with the rigid fortnightly structure, which means the topic will close at midnight on the 17th of February. And that topic is....
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the circus!

All good? Awesome. Keen to see some more art flowing in soon! Love y'all ❤️
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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #112 on: February 03, 2019, 04:29:24 pm »
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My first submission for the challenge ;D enjoy.

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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #113 on: February 14, 2019, 12:31:01 am »
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I'm very glad that each topic goes for a fortnight as I'm incredibly slow at learning anything.

Poet, I remember you said that you really like the greatest showman ;)

my submission
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the original
The original arrangement was made by this absolute piano god called Constantino Carrara. I did cut out one of the songs in his arrangement because I couldn't learn it in time of unforeseeable circumstances. ;D
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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #114 on: February 21, 2019, 10:56:23 am »
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Hi friends, it's me. I'm back to (belatedly) close this topic and begin a new one! Get hyped!

I'm going to apologise for once again failing you all and be a little transparent - despite knowing perfectly well the closing date of this last topic, I've been struggling to post announcements. It's been stressing me out and for some reason every time I try I start to feel sick and panic a little. I'm getting past it but thanks for being cool in the meantime and waiting a little for me to get my courage up.

So, I decided to do this kind of trippy circus thing, I don't even know. I thought it looked kind of cool, so here you go:
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Also feel free, people, to turn in submissions even after topics are closed if you think they're a good idea! I'd love to see more people's works and imaginations. :)

Okay so the next topic iiiissss:
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The Colour Orange!

Just think of something orange, something related to the colour orange, whatever you feel, and just do it! Again, you have 2 weeks. Good luck! Happy arting!!
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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #115 on: February 21, 2019, 11:40:53 am »
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When I saw this topic, I realised that my latest drawing really fitted, so here it is:
Tiger sketch




I thought I'd show the stages of the drawing, as Poet (without knowing it) inspired me to document the whole step-by-step process. Hope you like it, I certainly am pretty happy with it. :)
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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #116 on: February 22, 2019, 01:33:05 pm »
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I put HOURS of work into this.

May I present you you my amazing piece of art I have decided to call “orange”.

I hope you enjoy looking at it.

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im going to put effort into a proper one at some point

I'm not creating a new post cause I don't want to be spammy. But here are my space crabs I drew thanks to Poet's tutorial.
They are Orange so this is my legit submission.
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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #117 on: February 22, 2019, 01:38:57 pm »
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Ohmigosh, I've never seen this thread before and I thought that it is called the FORTNITE CHALLENGE
 :o Woah, so relieved to see it is not and is actually a really artistic place  ;D
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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #118 on: February 24, 2019, 01:22:40 pm »
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Topic: Orange <3
Chose to do a photograph of my collection of Orange books. It fits the theme, so I'm rolling with it! :))


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Re: AN's Fortnightly Art Challenge!
« Reply #119 on: February 24, 2019, 10:57:51 pm »
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I literally googled "songs about orange" after seeing this topic and found this really obscure jazz song from the 1930s so that's what I did lol.
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Legit I've never heard of this song before and jazz is way out of my comfort zone. Also I only had a day to learn this piece, and had one run-through before filming so it's far from perfect decent. I was going to practice for another week before posting but next week's o-week so I'll probably never get around to it.

Also, sorry for the bad sound quality but this was filmed on an iPhone 4 lmao.

Anyway here it is:
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The kid I was singing with is one of my piano students who somehow knows this song (don't ask me why a 7-year-old kid learning classical piano would have extensive knowledge of 1930s jazz songs) so of course I asked him to do a duet with me. He's so much more talented.
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